Rejoice, Toyota Is Bringing Us A Supra After All

Rejoice, Toyota Is Bringing Us A Supra After All
A new Toyota Supra is set to make its debut later this year at the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show. Photo : New Car Oto/YouTube

After the Toyota Supra was discontinued years ago, many of us have been anticipating its return. Last year, an announcement that there will be no such thing has been made and we were all disappointed. However, it would seem that we have a reason to rejoice as the Japanese automaker is bringing us a Supra after all.

Toyota Supra: Tokyo Debut

It would seem that we will be meeting the return of the iconic Toyota Supra soon enough. According to report, a Toyota Supra concept is set to make its debut in the upcoming Tokyo Motor Show that will take place several months from now. Apparently, the next Toyota Supra will also have a new design as it will be borrowing a few details from the FT-1 concept that made its debut a few years ago. That being said, the new Toyota Supra will certainly have an even meaner look than it ever did. It would certainly be very interesting to see how things will turn out when it makes its debut.

The Toyota And BMW Connection

One of the most interesting thing about the upcoming Toyota Supra concept is the fact that the Japanese automaker is working with BMW to bring the iconic Supra back. It's no secret that Toyota and BMW are two of the biggest automaker names in the whole industry and we can only expect that the output between the connection of Toyota and BMW is going to be something we would welcome with big smiles on our faces.

Toyota Supra: Expected Powertrains

The Toyota Supra is iconic not just because of its captivating looks but also because of its raw power. Therefore, we also expect that the next generation of the Toyota Supra will pack quite a punch like its predecessors. According to report, the next Toyota Supra is said to be coming with three powertrain options. One is a 2.0-liter inline-four engine capable of putting out 255 horsepower followed by a 3.0-liter V6 engine that delivers 340 horsepower. This is paired with an eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. In addition, a 2.5-liter hybrid will also be available. Of course, these numbers are not yet final and must be taken with a grain of salt.

Toyota Supra: Debuting With Two Other Heavyweights

It looks like the Toyota Supra will not make its debut alone. Apparently, two other heavyweights will be making their appearance along with the Supra. The S-FR II, which is said to be a smaller version of the GT86 will also make its debut at the Tokyo Motor Show. In addition, a Corolla bearing the GTI badge and expected to be powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with 250 horsepower will also appear next to the Toyota Supra.

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